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This is the story of that storm, told through the accounts of individual fishing boats caught up in the maelstrom, their families waiting anxiously for news of their return, the rescue services scrambled to save them.
It is the story of the old battle between the fisherman and the sea, between man and Nature, that awesome and capricious power which can transform the surface of the Atlantic into an impossible tumult of water walls and gaping voids, with the capacity to break an oil tanker in two.
No matter how desperate the drowning person is, he doesn't inhale until he's on the verge of losing consciousness. At that point there's so much carbon dioxide in the blood, and so little oxygen, that chemical sensors in the brain trigger an involuntary breath whether he's underwater or not.
That is called the "break point"; laboratory experiments have shown the break point to come after eighty-seven seconds. Until the break point, a drowning person is said to be undergoing "voluntary apnea," choosing not to breathe.
Lack of oxygen to the brain causes a sensation of darkness closing in from all sides, as in a camera aperture stopping down. The panic of a drowning person is mixed with an odd incredulity that this is actually happening.
Having never done it before, the body--and the mind--do not know how to die gracefully. The process is filled with desperation and awkwardness.THE PERFECT STORM: A TRUE STORY OF MEN AGAINST THE SEA BY SEBASTIAN JUNGER Reporting Category 1: Vocabulary Reporting Category 2: Reading Application.
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THE PERFECT STORM - SEBASTIAN JUNGER A TRUE STORY OF MEN AGAINST THE SEA SEBASTIAN JUNGER is a freelance journalist who writes for numerous magazines, including Outside, American Heritage, Men's Journal, and the New York Times Magazine. The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger. Buy. The ‘perfect storm’ is a once-in-a-hundred-years combination: a high pressure system from the Great Lakes, running into storm winds over an Atlantic island – Sable Island – and colliding with a weather system from the Caribbean: Hurricane Grace.
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